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Old 07-27-20, 12:59 PM
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Campagnolo aero bottle and cage

Is that what it's called, an "aero bottle"? Holds about 20 oz. There is no Campagnolo stamping on the cage. Been sitting a long time unused, but looks in remarkable shape.
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I'm curious about a "value" as well.

I have two left in original boxes and one left in a similar condition to the one posted above.
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https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw...&LH_Complete=1
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...that's nuts.
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Originally Posted by 3alarmer View Post
...that's nuts.

Of course it is.

Here is a tidbit though.

I just sold both of mine in the box.

While sitting on the patio .......

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Originally Posted by gomango View Post
Of course it is.

Here is a tidbit though.

I just sold both of mine in the box.

While sitting on the patio .......

Smart move. You get eBay money for them, Grady?

I sold one years ago with a bike. The buyer dropped it and it cracked. He was shocked to see what a replacement cost.
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Those on ebay are labeled, "Borraccia." Is that just this particular design or any Campy bottle? Or is that just an Italian word/term for any bottle? Should it even be capitalized?
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...I have a couple of them I took off bikes because I thought they were a stupid design. I still think they are a stupid design.
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Smart move. You get eBay money for them, Grady?

I sold one years ago with a bike. The buyer dropped it and it cracked. He was shocked to see what a replacement cost.
Not quite, but it was a straight venmo deal.

I hate to give ebay $$$ and the shenanigans are crazy on ebay.

Money is in my account and I will ship them to Colorado in the morning.
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Originally Posted by 3alarmer View Post
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...I have a couple of them I took off bikes because I thought they were a stupid design. I still think they are a stupid design.
For everyday use, they are not my favorite.

I'm a King cages and Camelbak kind of guy.

For a certain "special" bike, what the heck.

It's fun to accessorize.
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I have two of those Campagnolo aero water bottles with the built in handle. I still have the boxes they came in. I got mine from France a number of years ago for $15.00 each NOS.


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I bought one in the late 80s for $20 when I became smitten with C-Record (and still am). Stopped using it for a long time, it really takes on aluminum dark grey marks from the proprietary cage. When I restored my C-Record Marinoni back to how it should be a few years ago (it's been a flat bar single speed, etc) I cleaned it up and started using it again. Really looks the part and I find it no problem to use. A fit like using friction DT shift levers.
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Sold for $60 (total), but I gotta pay to ship it, which is fine. Glad someone who wanted it will be mounting it to his bike soon.
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